Discussion in 'Ammunition & Reloading' started by njames, Dec 9, 2015.
I have some .22 wrf rounds looking to see if they are worth anything. Thanks in advance.
As I understand it, the .22WRF will work in most .22WMR rifles, with best results in a bolt action rather than an autoloader, so maybe someone with a bolt .22WMR in your area would be interested?
Ok awesome ! Do you know about the price range it goes for ?
Well current production stuff goes for $14-$20 per 50 from what I've seen. I can't tell how many are in your box there. Do you know if they've been stored properly? Kept dry? You may even catch the notice of someone who has one of the old guns that were chambered for this round.
Once you settle on a price, you can always put up a classified ad here on the forum, you may find an interested buyer in your area.
They have been in a house for as long as I know. They were given to me by my grandfather and he is pretty good with his stuff. Well maybe I'll just put up an obo and see what happens.
Those are much more collectors items than they are plinking fodder.
Do you still have them?
From a collectors standpoint, if the box is full and all the end tabs are intact. Less than $10
Here is an example of the same box in about the same condition.
Item # 2373 (Ended 2016-08-20 02:12:16) - Lot of 3 Peters, (1) .22 Long Rifle HP, (1) Long, (1) WRF Rem. S...
They are gone. Sorry I'm not sure how to delete.
No worries, thank you for responding all the same.
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